I have spent a life in uniform, adventuring through this muddled-up world as time passed. I've lived, loved, fallen on my face only to try again. Now, as I get older, my only regret was not writing it down. It's time to start.
The Strange Case of Former WWE Superstar Marty Jannetty and His Confessing To Murder
For any wrestling fan, the name Marty Jannetty is synonymous with the late 80s wrestling scene. Finding success in the late 80s Jannetty moved to the major leagues of wrestling, performing for what was then known as the World Wrestling Federation. As one-half of the Rockers, along with WWE Hall of Famer and legend, Shawn Michaels, Jannetty, and Michaels were one of the tag teams that could be depended on to bring the fans to their feet. It was the golden era of tag team wrestling.
The Hearts Call-Chapter 4
It was getting late and the temperatures were brutal when Jon finally reached a point he needed to stop. He was pushing himself past his limits, trying to stay on the road as long as he was, and could see the sign telling him he was at the other rim of Umatilla. Jon knew there was a military base there. Military bases were built to withstand attacks. He hoped for some sign of civilized life there.
Who Was The First Black Superhero In Film
Nobody will ever, and I mean ever, forget the mega-hit, blockbuster success, that was Black Panther. Perhaps it was the timing of the movie, the already storied success of anything with the name Marvel, or some other lame excuse that people have come up with for its stellar performance, and its place in the "billion-dollar club" of movies. Excuses like that are crimes because what Ryan Coogler (director) and Chadwick Boseman (Black Panther/T'Challa) did together was one of the most memorable superhero movies of the entire genre.
The Hearts Call-Chapter 3
Winds whipped loose dirt and ash around outside of a cave as Lizzy tossed and turned in her sleeping bag. Her face was dirty from days of being on the run without finding anywhere to get more water or clean up. A howl in the distance stirred her, causing her to open her eyes and look around. This was the hardest part of the day since the crash, waking up to find it was all real. It reminded her that her grandfather was gone, much like her father. If she couldn't find a way out of the hot zone and back to San Diego, Lizzy was all alone.
Never Fitting In At Work
To begin with, I never really felt like I fit in anywhere. Perhaps there are reasons for those feelings that I should have tried to address much, much earlier in life. However, hindsight being 20/20 doesn't do anything for the future, or even the now. Rejects, misfits, renegades, rogues, and loners. That's where I always felt I was in the social constructs of society.
Black Widow The Movie. The Characters Changed Since Iron Man 2.
Finally, after a much longer wait than should have been, and a pandemic, the much wanted and anticipated release of the "Black Widow" movie is getting close enough the excitement has my arm hairs standing on end. Scarlett Johansson is finally getting the standalone movie in the Marvel Cinematic Universe she should have gotten after Marvels' Avengers. As a fan of the movies this is big, no huge, no colossal...you get the gist. After first appearing in the MCU in Iron Man 2, we're finally going to get to see a little of where Natasha Romanoff, the totally badass, fiery redhead, Avenger came from and learn a little more in-depth about the origins of the MCU's favorite assassin and ex-Sheild Agent. But, what about the actress?
The Hearts Call
"I want you to hold this," she says to me, suitcase in hand. She put her hand on my cheek, looked me in the eye, and said, "hold onto this, to keep you safe while I'm gone."
The 50 Year War That We Lost
Reading, writing, arithmetic, science, and oh, yeah, physical education. These are the things that we raise our kids telling them to focus on in between bouts of video games, movies, television, and our inability to figure out a way to have the energy to spend any real time with them. We depend on luck to raise our kids, luck that they'll do good in school, luck that they'll end up with a great teacher, and luck that we can help provide them with a good education as long as they had the goals in front of them. From the 1950s to today, raising children has become a much more complicated and I dare say, painstaking task, for those that want to keep their kids on a straight and narrow path. Enter in the years of the D.A.R.E. Program, and the colossal failure in the efforts to curb drug use in America.